Italy, Pisa

Cardiolung 2020: Updates in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Pathophysiology

when 29 June 2020 - 4 July 2020
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 500

The Cardiopulmonary health and disease strictly depend on a dynamic interplay between genes, ageing, lifestyle and risk factors. In this scientific-cultural frame, the Summer School Cardiolung now at the VIII edition, is conceived with the aim of integrating knowledge finalized at better research and clinical outcome.

The School is organized every year at the University of Pisa (Italy) School of Medicine, by the Department of Surgical, Medical, Molecular Pathology and Critical Care Medicine (Cardiovascular Branch). It is a unique opportunity to meet face-to-face with expert faculty. In multidisciplinary sessions, basic and clinical themes regarding established achievements and emerging research directions will be addressed. The course includes a theoretical and a practical part and will provide advice to how to deal with clinical and scientific research problems. Plenary lectures will represent the core of the Course, which will be given by Faculty of leading national and international experts. Hands-on sessions and live demonstrations from diagnostic and pathophysiologic cardiovascular, cardiometabolic and pulmonary laboratories will provide an overview on various up-to-date techniques in the clinical research setting.

Course leader

Prof. Carlo Palombo

Target group

The summer school is targeted at national and international undergraduate, PhD and post-doc students in Medicine and Life Sciences with a specific interest in the cardiovascular and pulmonary field.

Course aim

To provide state-of-the-art and cutting-edge developments in knowledge and clinical approach to major cardiovascular, cardiometabolic and pulmonary problems. Participants will become familiar with different research approaches to pathophysiology and disease and will be able to integrate and critically evaluate research reported in literature and its translation to the clinical field. Emphasis will be given on the latest cellular and molecular cardiac and vascular biology. Advice on how to conduct experimental and clinical studies will be given.

Fee info

EUR 500: Fee.

PLEASE, NOTE THAT a reduced registration fee of 250 Euro will apply to applicants sending registration form by April 24th and fee payment not later than May 22th, 2020.



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